Deaths in September 2001

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The following is a list of notable deaths in September 2001.

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Entries for each day are listed alphabetically by surname. A typical entry lists information in the following sequence:

September 2001

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Robert Evans was a Scottish football player and manager, most notable for his time with Celtic.

Brian Baden Moore was an English sports commentator and television presenter who covered nine World Cups and more than 20 Cup finals.

Martin Albert Mulry professionally known as Ted Mulry, was an English-born Australian singer, songwriter, bass player and guitarist. He achieved success in Australia, firstly as a solo performer, and then leading his own band Ted Mulry Gang, sometimes officially credited as just TMG.

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Christiaan Barnard South-African physician

Christiaan Neethling Barnard was a South African cardiac surgeon who performed the world's first highly publicized heart transplant and the first one in which the patient regained consciousness. On 3 December 1967, Barnard transplanted the heart of accident-victim Denise Darvall into the chest of 54-year-old Louis Washkansky, with Washkansky regaining full consciousness and being able to easily talk with his wife, before dying 18 days later of pneumonia. The anti-rejection drugs that suppressed his immune system were a major contributing factor. Barnard had told Mr. and Mrs. Washkansky that the operation had an 80% chance of success, a claim which has been criticised as misleading. Barnard's second transplant patient Philip Blaiberg, whose operation was performed at the beginning of 1968, lived for a year and a half and was able to go home from the hospital.

Troy Donahue American actor

Troy Donahue was an American film and television actor and singer. He was a popular male sex symbol in the 1950s and 1960s.

<i>A Summer Place</i> (film) 1959 film by Delmer Daves

A Summer Place is a 1959 romantic drama film based on Sloan Wilson's 1958 novel of the same name, about teenage lovers from different social classes who get back together twenty years later, and then must deal with the passionate love affair of their own teenage children by previous marriages. Delmer Daves directed the movie, which stars Richard Egan and Dorothy McGuire as the middle-aged lovers, and Troy Donahue and Sandra Dee as their children. The film contains a memorable instrumental theme composed by Max Steiner, which spent nine weeks at #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart in 1960.

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Ferruccio Amendola Italian actor and voice actor

Ferruccio Amendola was an Italian actor and voice actor.

John Roy Chapman was a British actor and playwright.

<i>Dry Rot</i> (film) 1956 film by Maurice Elvey

Dry Rot is a 1956 British comedy film directed by Maurice Elvey, and starring Ronald Shiner, Brian Rix, Peggy Mount, and Sid James.

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Samuel Morris Brown also known as Pete Brown was a National Football League player for the San Francisco 49ers. He played college football for the Georgia Tech football team. He graduated from Rossville High School in Rossville, Georgia.

Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets football College Football Bowl Subdivision team; member of Atlantic Coast Conference

The Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets football team represents the Georgia Institute of Technology in the sport of American football. The Yellow Jackets team competes in the Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and the Coastal Division of the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC). Georgia Tech has fielded a football team since 1892 and, as of 2017, has an all-time record of 735–502-43. The Yellow Jackets play in Bobby Dodd Stadium at Historic Grant Field in Atlanta, which has a capacity of 55,000.

San Francisco 49ers National Football League franchise in Santa Clara, California

The San Francisco 49ers are a professional American football team located in the San Francisco Bay Area. They compete in the National Football League (NFL) as a member of the league's National Football Conference (NFC) West division. The team currently plays its home games at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, California, located 38 miles (61 km) southeast of San Francisco in the heart of Silicon Valley. Since 1988, the 49ers have been headquartered in Santa Clara.

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Heywood Hale Broun was an American author, sportswriter, commentator and actor. He was born and reared in New York City, the son of writer and activist Ruth Hale and newspaper columnist Heywood Broun.

David Peter Lafayette Hunter MC was a Royal Marines officer who was prisoner of war captive in Colditz Castle during the Second World War. He later served as the commanding officer of 40 Commando, and was a recipient of the Military Cross.

Jørgen Hviid Danish ice hockey player

Jørgen Alfred Hviid was a Danish and Latvian multi-sport athlete, and an officer in the Royal Danish Navy. He was primarily an ice hockey player, but also competed in speed skating and sailing.

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Ahmed al-Ghamdi 9/11 hijacker

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